Peregrine falcons have nested on the roof of Salisbury Cathedral.
Webcam footage set up by staff has attracted more than 42,000 people, who watched the live video in the last month.
The popularity of the birds has increased dramatically, when compared to last year, when the live footage was only viewed by 800 people.
Since the falcons have been nested on the roof of the cathedral, four eggs have been laid.
The first egg was laid on Mother's Day.
The birds have hatched their eggs at the tower annually since 2014, except for 2018.
Staff believe the popularity of the live footage of this year's breeding season is due to more people being at home in isolation.
Staff at the Cathedral believe the falcon will start to incubate the eggs once all of them are laid.
The incubation period can take approximately 29-30 days, meaning the chicks could hatch in early May.
Nature Conservation Adviser, Phil Sheldrake said staff are "hoping there will only be four" as it is a lot of work to incubate the eggs and to feed them once they hatch.
- WATCH: The second peregrine falcon egg has been laid